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Interstice

noun
(pl. interstices)
1.
A small structural space between tissues or parts of an organ.
2.
Small opening between things.






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"Interstice" Quotes from Famous Books



... England appeared covered with the most beautiful verdure. I admired the appearance of the Baltic Sea, which evidently seemed to have been introduced between those countries by the sudden splitting of the land, and that originally Sweden was united to the western coast of Denmark; in short, the whole interstice of the Gulf of Finland had no being, until these countries, by mutual consent, separated from one another. Such were my philosophical meditations as I advanced, when I observed a man in armour with a tremendous spear or lance, and mounted upon a steed, advancing ...
— The Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen • Rudolph Erich Raspe



Words linked to "Interstice" :   structure, complex body part, body structure, opening, interstitial, anatomical structure, bodily structure, areola



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